Difference between flux linkage and flux leakage?
i) leakage flux is those flux which goes through the air and linkage flux is those flux whose go through the cell.
ii)leakage flux is the loss at flux but linkage flu is warning flux.
iii)leakage flux is cause of eddy current loss and linkage flux is case of copper loss.
In a Transformer, Core flux is the difference of primary flux and Secondary flux which are opposite to each other in direction. There difference is equal to the no load flux at all loads. So, some of primary flux passes through the core and remaining becomes leakage flux (Because Secondary flux forces it to get out of the core). Same is the case with Secondary flux. Now, flux is directly proportional to Voltage and Current…
leakage reactance in induction motor depends on the reluctance of the path in which the leakage flux is establishing. with the increase in stator current the leakage flux also increases but it cannot maintain linear relationship because of saturation of the leakage flux path, even though current is increasing the flux will not increase and it'll be constant after saturation. this leakage flux links with the stator winding and induces emf which will be opposite…
An ideal transformer is the one whose windings do not have any ohmic resistance and whose core does not have any leakage flux and eddy current losses. A practical transformer is the one whose windings do have some amount of ohmic resistance and the core also have some leakage flux and eddy current losses.